When I’m asked about my favourite toys for kids, I keep coming back to our magnetic tiles every single time. They continue to be a favourite among all three of our children who are aged 1, 3 and 5 years old. It’s not often we find toys that engage each of our children so it’s
Oh my goodness! It’s time for our very first Toddler Play Series blog post! This month I’m sharing all the fun we’ve gotten up to with Audrey during her first month of toddlerhood. We’ve enjoyed some mess-free painting, posting activities and some more pouring and transferring this month! Before we get started, I wanted to
I can hardly believe that another month has passed by with our little Audrey. This will be our last baby play series blog post BUT never fear, I’ll be continuing the monthly play inspiration with a new toddler play series! This month we have continued on with lots of posting and sensory play. Let’s get
As an early years educator and mother to three little people myself, I’m a very big advocate for Sensory Play! As children play, they explore the world around them and build a solid foundation of scientific understanding which will grow with them through their schooling years. Today I’d like to share five simple sensory play
Whether you’ve been following along for a long time or a short time, you probably know that I’m a big fan of sensory play! Using a sensory base for our small world play adds another element of fun to our playtime. It allows our little learners to explore so many different skills while they play.